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... The "necessary changes" probably with SWS collapse to do.
... If there was something about the tricks they should Hurtig have reacted, he was actually in the custody hearing. (He has lot of relevant comments on the prosecutor's handling, however, objectivity mm. Derived in the hearing in the UK)
January 15, 2013
January 12, 2013
Ever since WikiLeaks first emerged on the scene in 2010, there has been a debate about whether the organization should qualify as a media entity, and if so what duty we owe it. Many journalists have preferred to see it as merely an information broker, and a slightly seedy or disreputable one at that, and therefore nothing like a true journalistic entity. But the trial of former U.S. Army private Bradley Manning shows why that difference (if there is one) is largely irrelevant — and why WikiLeaks and Manning deserve the support of journalists and media entities of all kinds.
January 10, 2013
The extremist prosecution of Manning, accused of 'aiding and abetting al-Qaida', poses a real threat to US press freedom
January 7, 2013
Mr Assange is a fit and proper person
January 6, 2013
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has said the CIA may try to kill him prior to upcoming elections. Citing reports of a plot to “destabilize the region,” Correa said the threats were “credible,” given the history of US involvement in Latin America.
January 3, 2013
December 31, 2012
Julian Assange - September 5 at 00:00
Envy and hatred some influential people, international corporations and nations can spoil my mood, but do not spoil the karma. I live an exile in East Anglia, in the estate of his good friend (the owner of London's Frontline Club journalism club Vaughan Smith. - "ER"). The main advantage of my solitary life - a walk in the forest, communing with nature. Today's brood saw fawns. This is a rare moment of bliss. My daily activities are still associated with risk and releases adrenaline that any other extreme sports pales in comparison. While ten years ago, I rode a motorcycle from Saigon to Hanoi, and I'm scared like. But so does my father in his sixties. He recently on a motorcycle came to me from London.